Even Jack Osbourne weighs in on Ozzy & Sharon’s rocky marriage

Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne have spent over three decades together, and obviously, not all of it has been marital bliss, but that doesn’t mean they’re not willing to fight for each other.

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The latest scandal to rock the couple’s marriage is Ozzy’s affair with Michelle Pugh (he claims it was just physical and the result of his sex addiction, however, this is a claim that Pugh refutes), but could this be the last straw for the couple?

Well, Jack Osbourne is now weighing in on his parents’ marriage.

“They’re working on it,” Jack said during an interview on Sway in the Morning, E! News reports. “You know, they’re trying to rein it in. They’ve been together for so long and this isn’t their first rodeo. They don’t have this picture-perfect marriage, and they’ve never claimed to, so they’re just trying to figure it out, I guess.”

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Obviously, there is concern that Sharon and Ozzy may finally call it quits, but Jack hopes that’s not the case, and he’s rooting for their relationship.

“Whatever happens, my parents are still my parents,” he said. “You just kind of support what you can and focus on whatever you can get done.”

One thing we do know is that Ozzy is dedicated to making things work with Sharon, and when he and Jack recently appeared on Good Morning America, he admitted that they were “back on track,” but that they will probably always have a turbulent relationship.

“Some days are good. Some days are terrible. Some days you just drift apart for a while but you get back on the horse,” Ozzy confessed.

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But what do you think: Are Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne meant to be together? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

Before you go, check out our slideshow below.

Ozzy & Sharon marriage slideshow
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